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Peter Turnquest speaks at the FNM Convention.

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Turnquest wary of Urban Renewal role in storm rebuilding efforts

OPPOSITION Deputy Leader Peter Turnquest expressed concern yesterday that Urban Renewal is being used as a campaign tool for the Progressive Liberal Party during Hurricane Matthew recovery efforts.

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‘Promise of hospital for Grand Bahama is unfulfilled’

FNM Deputy Leader K Peter Turnquest said the government promised a new state of the art hospital for Grand Bahama, but has yet to deliver on the pledge.

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FNM selection process defended despite candidates dropping out

FREE National Movement Deputy Leader Peter Turnquest defended the FNM’s vetting and candidate selection processes yesterday in the wake of recent decisions by previously ratified candidates to drop out of the race.

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Miller revelations ‘show need for Baha Mar clarity’

FREE National Movement Deputy Leader Peter Turnquest said yesterday that Tall Pines MP Leslie Miller’s recent comments about a purported payout guideline for Bahamian creditors owed by Baha Mar is an example of why the Christie administration must be more forthcoming with details of the new deal to remobilise the resort.

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Turnquest: FNM will be ready despite party finance shake-up

FREE National Movement (FNM) Deputy Leader Peter Turnquest said the party will be ready to contest the next general election even if it has to do so with new people in place who are responsible for raising necessary funds.

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Turnquest supports email ruling

ALTHOUGH his party has not released an official position, Free National Movement Deputy Leader K Peter Turnquest yesterday expressed support for the court ruling that Education Minister Jerome Fitzgerald could not be protected by parliamentary privilege when he tabled the personal emails of members of Save the Bays.

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Turnquest rejects claim of race issue in campaign

POST-CONVENTION fallout continued for the Free National Movement yesterday as Deputy Leader Peter Turnquest clashed with former chairman Darron Cash over the latter’s claims that leader Dr Hubert Minnis ran a racially-divisive campaign.

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Turnquest: It will not be easy to unite party

FREE NATIONAL Movement Deputy Leader Peter Turnquest said yesterday he realises it “will not be easy” to unite the party after last weekend’s convention but he said those with “hurt feelings” need to put them aside “for the good of the party and the country”.

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Turnquest asks why Carnival report has not been released

FREE National Movement Deputy Leader Peter Turnquest yesterday questioned why the Christie administration has not yet released this year’s Bahamas Junkanoo Carnival financial performance report. 

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Angry scenes at FNM convention

PETER Turnquest took an angry swipe at Free National Movement (FNM) leadership candidate Loretta Butler-Turner last night amid fractious scenes at the party’s convention, insisting “respect must be earned”.


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